One of the most game-changing concepts is the idea of combining skills to become an affiliate marketing SEO. SEO for Affiliate Marketing is using on-page and technical SEO in order to generate traffic to affiliate offers. Free or organic traffic to your website that was sustainable and predictable. Fewer issues than paid traffic (arguably). But
I bought a Thrive Themes membership a week ago and now I’m ecstatic about the decision. I was hesitant, afraid, and overall protective of my momentum up until that point. I spent over $200 for the annual membership, held my breath, and started diving into the product as soon as the delivery email came in.
Learning from Tyler O’Bannon and Greg Jeffries how to build organic traffic from scratch has been a huge eye-opener. Money is a byproduct. Money is just a byproduct. In this post I want to discuss the ins and outs of the affiliate marketing value chain. Luckily the traffic that creates that cashflow is just a
Ok so I hope my friend Greg Jefferies doesn’t kill me for posting this, but I think he’ll understand regardless. I love his course, it was a chance encounter at IMP that I met him. We talked about trading initially. I was posting photos of positions I’d taken and captioning my thought process for each.
At this time I haven’t yet gotten paid through BHT on any of the affiliate services or courses I’ve been promoting. I’ve written 100 post and published 80+ blog posts, and still hardly even registering on the Google Search Console. This is normal but not acceptable for me so I’m now seeking a better way
Everything works in cycles, look at nature if you don’t believe me. Similarly, this affiliate marketing stuff is one of planting and harvesting. You’ve got to sow good seed, and that starts with planning. I know, I know – It’s not the popular sentiment of grinding, hustling, or hard work. It’s a more elegant approach,